Saturday, April 21, 2012

Mrs Perry and her five children the youngest of whom was only five spent their days and nights in the front half of their lounge (C4981-1)

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Helping people locate friends and family they’ve lost contact with

RMVCC PORTSMOUTH: A reunion is being organised for instructors and cadets who served time with The Royal Marines Volunteer Cadet Corps (Portsmouth Division). An early response would be appreciated as I need to establish how many are interested so that a suitable venue can be booked.

Lesley Richer

lesley.richer@hotmail.com

terence.richer@hotmail.co.uk

TURNER: I’m contacting you on behalf of Peter Phillips of Rowlands Castle about trying to contact a Lily A Turner (nee Martlew) or any siblings of Eileen Ede, Sid and Cecil Martlew and Dorothy Roe (nee Martlew).

Their mother Elsie Nellie (nee Nicholson) was Peter and my wife’s father Ronald Phillips were her nephews. Hoping you can help

bernarddoxey@hotmail.co.uk

GOUGH: Do you remember working with or knowing Len Gough in the late 1940s in the Portsmouth area? Thanks very much.

Jan Gough

31 Mill Road, Cromer

Norfolk

01263 512421

SANDWELL: I am trying to trace my brother David Anthony Sandwell (born April 20, 1947), who I last heard of about 15 years ago, when he was living in Portsmouth. I would be grateful for any information abut him or his whereabouts.

Georgina Saunders (nee Sandwell)

(023) 9248 3936

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